Symposium Practices of Privacy

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Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR)
Via Omero, 10/12

10:00 Tour of the library of the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome
Janet Mente, Librarian, KNIR

Panel: Poetics and Dialogue (Chair: Natacha Klein Kafer)
10:30 Tenant to a Rich Lord: The Poetics of Privacy in George Herbert Angana Moitra, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, India
10:55 Intra Locum Secretum: Privacy, Withdrawal and Desire in Dionysius the Carthusian’s Pastoral Dialogues Thor-Oona Pignarre-Altermatt, European University Institute, Florence
11:20 Questions

11:40 Coffee break

Panel: Medical Dialogues (Chair: Matthijs Jonker, KNIR)
12:00 Body and Privacy: Divulging Secret Knowledge about the Popes’ Health and Death in the Early Modern Avvisi di Roma Christine Jeanneret, Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen
12:25 Healing Dialogue: Controversial Healing Prayers in August of Saxony’s Private Manuscript Natacha Klein Käfer, Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen
12:50 Questions

13:10 Lunch

Panel: Correspondence and Dialogue (Chair: Jelena Bakić)
15:00 Letters of Knowledge: The Reform of the University of Coimbra of 1772 in the Correspondence of Its Reformers Carlos Fernando Teixeira Alves, Catholic University of Portugal
15:25 Dialogue in the Private Correspondance of Marie-Antoinette Sabine Hillen, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
15:50 Questions

16:10 Coffee break

Second Keynote (Chair: Liam Benison)
16:30 The Private Character of the Doctor-Patient Relationship: A Case Study of Andreas Vesalius Bob Van Hee, University of Antwerp
17:15 Questions
17:30 Close

This hybrid symposium is a collaboration between the Academia Belgica and the Center for Privacy Studies of the University of Copenhagen and will take place in Rome from 30 November to 2 December 2022, at the Belgian Academy, the Royal Netherlands Institute and the Danish Academy. Online participation will also be possible.

For more information regarding this symposium, please contact Dr. Annemie Leemans: